Carnegie Hill Village was established to assist older residents of Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood with social connections, information and personal resources that can enable them to continue living at home, in their neighborhood, as they age.

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The latest in our collection of poems paired with photographs from around our community.

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Madness Returns, but It's Not the Same

This sort of April day inspires madness
Deep aquamarine sky, warm sun tentatively returns.
There’s a crimson tinge to the trees, but
No greenery yet. The tart breeze, its
Insistence, its playful presence, is not
Gentle, pushing our clothes against our backs. The
Season’s change is coming, nothing remains the same.

Sally Taylor, Brewster, Massachusetts: From The New York Times “At Home” section April 11, 2021: “They Found Poetry in the Headlines”

Community Resources

As part of its mission, CHV does its best to provide useful information for its members, including local resources that can help them live fuller, healthier and more active lives. In a big city like New York it can sometimes be a challenge to find such resources. We hope that members and friends will take the opportunity to review the offerings identified in this Community Resources area where volunteers have assembled a list under the headings of General Support, Volunteer Opportunities, Health, Education & Enrichment and Government. 

We also welcome suggestions for additions to the current list.

Education & Enrichment

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General Support

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Government

New York City Department for the Aging

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Health

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Volunteer Opportunities

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